Pie-in-the-Sky Farm Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... filled in and converted into walking trails. These run for miles along the river and throughout the woods. These trails are used by hikers and campers alike.
At 12:15pm at the highest peak it was 4deg C and that wasn't taking the wind chill into consideration we didn't hang out there for long! As far as the foliage goes, the rain does tend to strip away the autumn leaves from the trees. We also noticed less red in the colours, ...
The trip from Gorham to Littleton is not a long one, but we decided to take a more circuitous route today. We opted out of traveling on the auto-road to Mt. Washington, but instead drove south through White Mountains State Park, stopping at quaint covered bridges, apple cider mills, and other shopping opportunities along the way. Many of the covered bridges were built in the 1800s and 1900s. We've been trying to speculate why the bridges were built covered in the first place. We saw ...
... for the job. Lin again lent us her car and navigator so this time we headed up to Barre for lunch (Jesse knows the lunch spots with internet access!) and then to Ben and Jerry's Ice cream factory. Ben and Jerry's is a famous Vermont tourist attraction. Ben and Jerry started their ice cream factory in the mid 60s. They are committed to ethical ways of doing business ...
... down our progress somewhat. We duly arrived early at our next stop in Lyndonville, which turned out to be a bit of a dump - the end of the world sort of place, with a grumpy greeting at the motel and a hike into town. The Diner, Miss Lyndonville's Diner, would pass its Health and Safety check and will be graced by our presence this evening for a haddock and chips (home fries) supper - "eat all you can!" We'll see about that.
... until we called in Michael's (true) and Steph treated herself to a new fabric cutter. Route 7 took us out of Rutland, northwards towards Burlington alongside Lake Champlain. It's a slow route, 55mph max, but littered with beautiful "leaf peeping" opportunities. We are now becoming quite blasť about leaf colour (color!). Brandon was a soup stop and then upwards to the Shelburne Museum, one of the nation's finest museums according to ...